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Quick but probably a stupid question - Hazard perception test

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banned6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
Tips please.
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banned6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
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#1
that depends on if ya wanna take ya CBT test? :?
banned#2
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that depends on if ya wanna take ya CBT test? :?


Do I take it before or after? Is it a requirement to do the CBT as I can't find anything saying that. Booked it for the Wednesday now anyway, CBT on the Saturday so all good but £31 I didn't really want to spend. Just worried about this hazard perception business, didn't do one for my car theory. Anyone done it any tips?
#3
its pretty simple.

Tap the screen or click the mouse when you see something that may cause you to slowdown or change direction, then click again when that maybe becomes a something that IS.

you see 14/15 clips.

dont go clicking like mad, just click when you think you need to, its pretty simple to be honest if you just concentrate.
#4
dont click aimlessly - just click on any hazards that are developing and ones that are [present, eg cyclists, cars at junctions, parked lorries, pedestrians waiting to cross
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if the hazard perception is the same as the hazard perception in the car theory test, if you have been driving for a while it should be purely common knowledge, just press the button when you believe you see a hazard developing, the earlier you press the more marks you will get.

http://www.youtube.com/watch#playnext=1&playnext_from=TL&videos=nwbdVWuP9Xc&v=NIx_u9IQFVM
banned#6
This is what I'm worried about, I have a hearing test for work and just click aimlessly I get called deaf and such I find it rather insulting.
#7
lumoruk
This is what I'm worried about, I have a hearing test for work and just click aimlessly I get called deaf and such I find it rather insulting.


then dont click aimlessly:-D
#8
clicking when you see developing or sudden hazards is the easy part. but i was told to click everytime i would have to change my speed which completely confused me i.e didnt know whether i had to click again after the hazard because i was changing my speed back to the normal speed limit again.

might have just been the way the woman worded it but she could have failed me! luckily i didnt. my marks werent that good on the hazard perception but i got 100% on the questions.
#9
It's any developing hazard - ie any hazard that would cause you as a driver / rider to take some action - so you want to be clicking the mouse each time you see a potential hazard appear that would make you change direction or speed if it continues.

If you see a cyclist for example, click when you see him, but then click again if anything changes - so if he looks over his shoulder he's probably about to turn across in front of you, so that would be a 2nd click.

You should be clicking about 5 - 7 times per clip. Each clip has 1 markable hazard except 1 which has 2 hazards - but you wont know which clip that is so keep your eyes open even if you think you've found the particular hazard in a clip !

Good luck :-) !

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